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Summer 2014 / Vol. 14, No. 3

Credit Recovery Hits the Mainstream

Accountability lags for online options

Early Retirement Payoff

Incentive programs for veteran teachers may boost student achievement

Despite Success in New York City, It’s Time for Charters to Guard Their Flanks

School districts and teachers unions are fighting charters with renewed energy.

Texas Ten Percent Plan Brings More Students to State’s Flagship Universities

But automatic admission causes drop in comparable private and out-of-state colleges

The Texas Ten Percent Plan’s Impact on College Enrollment

Students go to public universities instead of private ones

No Progress Report

A review of Christina Hoff Sommers’ ‘The War Against Boys’

College Prep for All?

Education Next talks with Cynthia G. Brown and Robert Schwartz

Multiple Pathways Can Better Serve Students

Part of a forum on College Prep for All?

All Students Need Common Foundational Skills

Part of a forum on College Prep for All?

Teacher of the Year to Union President

Lily Eskelsen García is poised to take over at the NEA

Making the Trade

Offering noncollege options to students

California’s Districts of Choice

A handful of entrepreneurial superintendents compete for students

Comparing Public Schools to Private

Lubienskis’ conclusions rely on flawed research design

Uncommon Success

A conversation with Brett Peiser

Are the States Implementing Common Core?

Two experts identify implementation challenges and offer different assessments of progress thus far.

Navigating the Common Core

Complexities threaten implementation

The Common Core Takes Hold

Implementation moves steadily forward

Bayou Backdown?

Obama administration retreats on vouchers

MOOCs for High School

Unlocking opportunities or substandard learning?

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